L.A. Cuts $25M From School Police Funding, Chief Resigns

by AmericasKeepersAdmin on July 02, 2020

The day after the Los Angeles school board cut the budget by $25 million, the police chief for the Los Angeles Unified School District announced his resignation.

Todd Chamberlain has been with law enforcement for 33 years and was just recently appointed as police chief for the Los Angeles Unified School District. However with the school board cutting the budget by $25 million he felt that he could no longer do his job efficiently.

 “The cuts put me in a position that makes my ability to effectively, professionally and safely impact those groups unachievable.”
“I cannot support modifications to my position, the organization and most importantly, the community (students, staff and families) that I believe will be detrimental and potentially life-threatening,”
– Todd Chamberlain

The School Board’s decision also removes officers from schools.

“This budget reflects our commitment to do all we can to help students continue to learn while dealing with the impact of the pandemic. We expect this interim budget will need to be revised when the state provides updated school budget information later this year.”
-Superintendent Austin Beutner

Chamberlain has warned the School Board that these types of budget cuts could be detrimental to the students, staff and families.

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